27 May

Brief Garden Report, 2014-05-26

The keyhole gardens are planted for the spring. Here’s what we’ve done so far. Next steps include mulching, probably with newspaper. Weather’s been just about perfect–high 60’s to low 70’s, sun and light shade, mildly humid, spots of easy rain. It looks like the trend will continue for another week or so, at least.

Key(hole) West planted with beans, evil eggplant, tomatoes, kale

Key(hole) West planted with beans, evil eggplant, tomatoes, kale

Key(hole) East, planted with snap peas, monster tomato, and kale

Key(hole) East, planted with snap peas, monster tomato, and kale

The front gardens have 4 zukes (3 bought–two Gypsy yellow, one green Noche, and one mystery volunteer), 12 corn (bi-color sweet), two sweet peppers (Carmen and Palladio), and a bunch of herbs, some new, some returnees (basil, leaf parsley (italian, cilantro), stevia, thyme, sage, tarragon).

2 thoughts on “Brief Garden Report, 2014-05-26

  1. Kale is one of the most popular boys names in California, although some parents still name the little rascal Alfalfa

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